"Reise Reise", the fourth studio album from German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN, has entered the national album charts in the following countries:
No. 1: Switzerland
No. 1: Finland
No. 1: Austria
No. 2: Holland
No. 3: France
No. 4: Norway
No. 6: Belgium
No. 17: New Zealand
No. 19: Australia
No. 37: U.K.
No. 54: Ireland
"Reise Reise" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on November 16. The album's first domestic single, the bilingual "Amerika", went into rotation on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" last weekend, while import single "Mein Teil" has already shown up on the "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" soundtrack as well as on Fuse's "Uranium".
Recorded primarily in Spain (El Cortijo Studio, Malaga), "Reise Reise" (translated as "Voyage, Voyage" or "Journey, Journey") was produced by Jacob Hellner, who has been integral to the band's studio work since day one.
RAMMSTEIN's upcoming tour begins November 1 in Mannheim, Germany and includes three nights at Berlin's Velodrom, as well as arena dates in Moscow, Prague, Barcelona and Helsinki. U.S. dates should follow in 2005.
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